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Changing food habits

Officials met in Thimphu this week to talk about food. It is on refreshments served during official meetings and functions.

Finding common grounds

The latest development – the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Office of...

Turning green the way forward

When the 30 mega-watt- Shingkhar mega solar project was stalled last...

Responsibility of the people

Following many complaints from consumers, the Office of Consumer Protection (OCP)...

Fulfilling wishes of the old

Senior citizens at a consultation meeting to formulate a national policy...

Waste gets new focus

Thimphu Thromde’s plan to construct sanitary landfill to replace the open...

On our tourism industry

Only a few weeks remain for the relief packages for those...

A warning we should heed

What goes up but never comes down?  This is the riddle in...

Welcoming the judiciary reform

The judiciary has established a media and communication unit at the...

Confrontation in the Hills

Last week’s clash in Lunana, between poachers and law enforcers, is...

Controlling cost and improving quality

The economic affairs ministry’s initiative to streamline distribution of hardware and...

Not quite a shot in the arm

The incident that occurred at Merak Primary Health Centre (PHC) in...

Talents or money?

For many outside Thimphu, the Bhutan broadcasting service is the Zhung (government). As...

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